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Videomaker – Learn video production and editing, camera reviews › Forums › General › Classifieds › Panasonic AG-DVC200P complete package for sale – Nearly new!
Panasonic AG-DVC200P camera kit for sale, excellent condition.
Kit includes AG-DVC200P camera body, Panasonic 1.5″ viewfinder for DVC200, Canon 19:1 Zoom Lens, 3 Anton Bauer TrimPacs, battery charger, Century Precision Optics .8X Zoom-Thru Conv. Wide-Angle Lens and 85mm adapter ring, Panasonic hard carrying case, Bogen/Manfrotto 3046 Tripod Legs (Chrome) with 516 Pro Video Fluid Head, Panasonic 7″ 16:9 color monitor. All very lightly used. No dead pixels. $7500 + shipping, obo. Other accessories available. Contact email@example.com with all reasonable offers, inquiries.
Panasonic AG-DVC200P camera specs:
Power Source:12 VDC (10.5 to 17 V)
Power Consumption:18 Watts
Weight: 11 lbs.
CCD Elements: 1/2″ 410,000 pixel IT 3-CCD
Lens: 1/2″ Bayonet Mount
Optical Filters: ND/CC combination, 4 position
Sensitivity: F11 at 2000 lux
Minimum Luminance: 0.5 lux
Gain: Max +36 dB
Horizontal Resolution: 800 lines
S/N Ratio: 62 dB
Viewfinder: 1.5″ Monochrome
Recording Format: DV
Tape Format: Large DV
Maximum Recording Time: 270 min. SP
Tape Speed: SP – 18.812 mm/sec.
Video Recording Format: Component Digital
Video Television System: NTSC Color
Video Output: 1.0 V p-p, 75 ohm
Audio Recording Format: 2-Channel, 16-bit, 48 kHz/12-bit 32 kHz
IEEE 1394: 4-pin x 1
Mic In: XLR x 1
Video Out: BNC x 1, 1.0 V p-p, 75 ohm
S-Video Out: 4-pin x 1, Y:1.0 V p-p, C: 0.3 V p-p
Audio Out: RCA x 2 (L\R)
Headphones: Stereo 3.5 mm x 1
1/2″ 410,000 Pixels IT 3-CCD
First 1/2″ camcorder to record on large DV tape
Ideal for multimedia production, newsgathering, business and education uses
Over 4 hours of digital component recording on large DV Tape
Resolution 800 lines, 62 dB SN and very low smear
Interchangeable 1/2″ bayonet mount lenses
Sensitivity F11 @ 2000 lux, minimum .5 lux, +36 dB gain
Professional full-size design
Digital Process: skin detail, black stretch, auto knee, coring, super color
Color phase control and color effect
IEEE 1394 DV interface (digital input and output)
Lossless dubbing to DV recorder
Native DV editing on PC or Mac
Built-in color bar generator
Anton Bauer Gold mount
1.5″ Monochrome viewfinder
Color playback capability
How did you like your Panasonic DVC200P?
I was thinking about picking up a used one for the occasional wedding I shoot (4-5 per year).
Would you recommend this camera for wedding applications?